Hope for the best, plan for the worst. Digging requires a lot more careful planning than most people realize. There are a number of things our machines could hit. Because we can’t see what is under the soil until after we’ve dug it up, it’s important to do as much research on the property as possible before grabbing the drills. This way we can do our best to prevent anything from happening, and be more equipped to handle anything that doesn’t exactly go according to plan.
One question we get a lot is:
“Will the equipment damage my property?”
The answer quite simply is no.
When people take on DIY projects, they often picture the final product in their mind, without fully considering all the mess or complications they may run into along the way. Fortunately, that’s what we’re here for. As homeowners ourselves, we know just how big of a job this is so we understand the concern. Rest assured, your home will be treated with the utmost respect, as if it belonged to any one of our employees.
When you think of being out on your deck, what comes to mind? Relaxing with a book in the shade? Sharing a meal with your family? You’d think decks are supposed to be relaxing, and they can be. But if the deck isn’t properly protected, you’ll find it can actually require a lot more maintenance than your interior. Generally speaking, decks need more maintenance than fences or sheds because they are more exposed to direct sunlight, water absorption, and wear from shoes and furniture. If you want to reduce the amount of stress your deck takes, it’s important to keep it safe.